The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on July 22, 1960 · Page 3
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Lelarid Junior Auxiliary Plans Benefit Bridge Canasta Party LELAND - Plans for a Bridge- Canasla Party on Wednesday afternoon, August 3, at 1:30 p.m at the Leland Garden C l u b House were made at a call meeting of the Leland Junior Auxiliary Tuesday morning. The meeting was opened wilh the Junior Auxiliary prayer led by Mrs. Jnmes Robertson. Mrs. John Maugh, president, presided over the business session. Mrs. Maugh welcomed t h e Greenville Girls Return From Camp Three Grcenvillians of the younger set returned this week from a month's slay at Camp Dc- Soto on Lookout Mountain n e a r Clmtlanooga. I n t h e g r o u p were Miss Princclla Wilkergon, Miss Karen Walcolt and Miss Carol Ann Golding. While there Miss Wilkcrson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Wilkcrson of Winterville, was the fourth place winner in the ·· trot division of the annual camp horse show. Miss Walcolt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. DeWilt Waloott. Jr., was named an honor camper and played the part of Alice in the annual camp presentation of AI- ico in Wonderland." Miss Golding. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Golding ol Winterville, was a member ol the camp's Glee Club and parti cipated wilh the group in their visit to the near-by boys' camp Camp Alpine. Fedders Air Conditioners IN SIOCK For IMMEDIATE O E L I V I S Y TAX FREE Fred W. Abide Furniture Company 310 H. Breed St. Pfceni 41 Ltlontt LAST CALL!! ALL ITEMS LISTED BELOW ARE GOING AT . members who had served their provisional training period into full membership. They are: Mrs. Pat King, Mrs. S. B. Shaifer, Mrs. Carl Black, Mrs. Mac What- Icy, Mrs. James Carver, M r s . Jay Cooper, Mrs. Rouse Calfey, Mrs. Robert Hoffman, and Mrs. Robert Barrel!. Plans for the Benefit Bridge- Canasta Party were discussed and approved. Mrs. John Gammage, co-chairman with M r s . John Maugh and Mrs. Sid Jeffers, announced the committee chairmen for the benefit: publicity - Mrs. Robert Maugh; lick- els - Mrs. Clint Johnson; cakes- Mrs. Ted Pfrimmer; prizes Mrs. Walter Broadfool; tables- Mrs. Bill Flood; clean - up Mrs. Robert Hoffman. Proposed National Junior Auxiliary Constitutional changes were read and voted on to be forwarded to the National consti-1 tution commillee for further consideration. Members present were: M e s dames John Maugh, John Gammage, S. B. Shaifer, Clint Johnson, James Carver, Bill Flood, Pat King. Carl Nichols, Marvin Merkl, Bill Clower, Art Hcagler, Jay Cooper, James Robertson, C. A. Tale Jr., John Webb, Walter Broadfoot, Mac Whatlcy, Dan Hester, J. W. Cockcrham, Fred Fisher, Robert Hoffman, David Sparks, Ted Pfrimmer, Robert Barren, and Robert Maugh. Delish Shop Is Scene Of Club Meet The Delta Toastmistrcss Club met in regular session on Tues day, at Brown's Delish Shop with Mrs. Norma Williams presiding. The meeting was opened (he membership repeating the 1 Lord's Prayer. Mrs. Fannie Mil-; ler, topi cm [stress, introduced those participating in table topics, they included: Mrs. Richard H. Ilolem, Mrs. Mary Ella Anderson, and Mrs. Frank Shawblos- ky. Mrs. Howard Peacock, speaker of the evening, was introduced by the toastmistress, Mrs. John Sapen. A report on (he speeches PRICE · SPORT COATS · SPECIAL GROUP SUITS · DRESS SLACKS · SPORT SHIRTS · TIES · SOCKS · SWIM SUITS · BERMUDA SHORTS · ONE GROUP JEWELRY · PAJAMAS · ONE BRAND LONG SLEEVE MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS · TABLE FULL OF GIFTS · MEN'S BRIEFS · SLEEVELESS UNDERWEAR · BOXER SHORTS · MEN'S COLOGN'E Former Greenville Residents Are Here On Visit To Families A series of informal parties Mrs . Elizabeth Peterson, Mrs. have been given this week for Mr. and Mrs. Gay Coleman Helm of Herndon, Va., and Mr. anJ Mrs. Albert Me teal te of Odessa, Texas, who arc here on their annual visit to Greenville. All four are former residents Charles Truthmnn and Mrs. 7 Dell Harbison all of Greenville. of Greenville, visiting in the Helm's sister, The Helms are home of Mrs. Mrs. Joe Bell! Farmer-Hughes Marriage Is Announced Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gillmm of Millporl, Ala., announce the marriage of their daughter, Mrs Nell Hughes of Greenville, to Thomas J. Farmer of Greenville. The wedding was solcmni/xl July 16 at Trinity Methodist On Tuesday evening Mr. and Church with (he Rev. A. C. Dish- Mrs. Edmund Metcalfe entertained the visitors aixl their fpmi- lies at au informal supper. The! irar[y was held in the Wilzin Park residence of the Melcalfe's. PERSONALLY SPEAKING LI. Colonel and Mrs. John 0. Harbison and Mr. Harbison. ThejCadunhcad have relumed to Ihcii Metcalfes are dividing their timel l l o m e in Washington, D.C. after I between their two mothers' a visit with the Colonel's p n r - f i op officiating. The bride wore a pale blue shantung dress with an overskirt of tulle with white accessories. Her only attendant was h er daughter. Miss Jimrnie N e l l DcKn Domocrnt-Tlmcs Friday, July 22, '60 3 Hughes, wli9 woro a white jhfolh with white accessories. ' Attending the groom wns his |! brother, Pat Farmer, ·: Members of the Immediate fan- |' Hies ami close friends attended, The couple will ninkc their homo in Greenville, where I ho groom is employed with Viking Freight Co. 13 homes, Mrs. T. P. Reynolds Sr. and Mrs. Clive Metcalfe Sr. On Tuesday Mrs. Holland Fells gave a luncheon at the Greenville Country Club honoring the visitors. Attending the luncheon were the honorces, Mrs. W. T. Stubbleficld, Eudora. Ark., Mrs. Omer Burnside Sr., Lake Village. ents. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Cadcn-|| head of Greenville. DRESS ON CREDIT Family Apparel KAYBEE STORE 239 Washington Ave. J1K. AND MRS. HOY CLARK SQUYRES Miss Coleman Becomes Bride Of Roy Squyres In Baptist Rites Miss Jimmie I.ce CaScman,'ushers. was given by Mrs. J. Wheeler! daughter o f Mrs. Jimmy Paul! Woolfolk, lexicologist, and Mrs. John Zumwalt, general evaluat- r. Those attending were: Mrs. Mary Ella Anderson, Mrs. Howard Hightower, Mrs. Richard Ilolem, Mrs. Fannie Miller, Mrs. Howard Peacock, Mrs, John Sapen, Mrs. Frank Shawblosky, Mrs. Norma Williams, Mrs. J. Wheel- Harbin, of Greenville, and A-3c! Reception Held Following the ceremony, the wait. Informal Party Honors Mrs. Aldridge LELAND - Mrs. Bill Watson, Mrs. Gat Pitt and Mrs. E. E. Cooper entertained at an informal party Thursday morning at the Watson home honoring Mrs. Bill Aldridge. The guest list included Mrs. Aldridge, Mrs. Charles Dean Jr., Mrs. Bill Weilenman, Mrs. Clyde McGce, Jr., Mrs. Humphreys McGee, Mrs. Dan Smythe, Mrs Sammy Shaffer, Mrs. Jody Sto- !vall, Mrs. Ed Brasington, Mrs. 'Harry Branton, Mrs. Sidney Jeffers, Mrs. Ray Beckham, and Mrs. Hugh Payne, of Leland; .Mrs. John Aldridge of Estill and .Mrs. Bob Aldridge, Jr., of Hollandale. Roy Clark Squyres, son of Mr.)bride's parents entertained the and Mrs. Clark Squyrqs, of ; wedding guests at a reception in Greenville, were married on Sat-jlte recreation building of the urday afternoon at Calvary Hap-.church. Assisting in the recer list CFiurch. 7"he double ring cer- v j n g were members of the brida! emony was performed by the parly; parents of the bride am pastor, the Rev, John W. Cook.ipareats of the groom. Mrs. Clifford E. Brandon and For hcr ^"E 1 ""' 5 '^ding H a r b i n svore a r ! -*- J while lace d. with Woolfolk and Mrs. John Zum-; M l s s M a r i a n "clntyrc presented ' ' It a program of nuptial music. Preceding the ceremony Miss Mcln- wh "° acccssor:e5 ara! a corsa S c tyre sang "f Love You Truly" of whltc carnations. »"· Sq"X- and "1 Will Pilot Thee". ! rei ' m f l i h e r of lhc Z"*TM- worc J a she-all) dress of aqua lace the bride's table. The table was;! covered with a white cutwork im- ed c , o[h wh)ch wag c?n(er _ Vows were exchangc-d before with matching accessories and a the altar decorate*! with arrange- corsage of pink c?rnations. ments of white gladioli placed; A pink and white color theme against a background of f e r n ' w a s carried out in the flower ar- flanked by candelabra holding rangcment and appointments for white candles. The bride, gr.en in marriage by her step-father. J i m m y Paul Harbin, wore a waltz length wedding gown of white embroid-l cred organdy over taffeta. The! bodice was styled with short! scolloped sleeves and featured; a scolloped neckline. The s k i r t . was fashioned with tiers of embroidered organdy. Her sho-jlder length veil of illusion fell from a crown of pearls and 1 sequins.! She carried a white Bible to. ed by an arrangement ol white ;ladioli and fern. The tiered wedding cake was at one end ol he table. Mrs. Fred M. Stevens and Miss Malissa Griffin served the cake and punch. Out of town guests were, Mr, and Mrs. W. L. Squres, Ellt ott Squyres, Jerry Squyres. Miss Louise Squyres, Miss J a c k i e Franklin, all of Lake Charles, La. A. H. Dorer. Mr. and Mrs. A. N Dore r, a nd T. 0. Colt-man, e I of Mobile, Alabama. For their wedding trip, the bride chose a black and whit dress with white accessories aix a white shoulder bouquet. On their return, Mr, and Mrs. Squy res will be at home in Green ville. PERSONALLY SPEAKING Mrs. W. E. 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